Hike Storm King Mountain

This is an easy, yet very rewarding hike with a lot of viewpoints on the way up.

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Explore the Ken Lockwood Gorge

One of New Jerseys best kept secrets has to be the Ken Lockwood Gorge. If you are looking for a relaxing, beautiful, and nature packs place then this area is perfect for you.

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Hike Hacklebarney State Park's Trout Brook Riverbanks

This is a relatively easy hike through Hacklebarney State Park that is great for families with younger children, rock scrambling, photography, and just hanging out in nature.

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Scramble Bonticou Crag and Table Rocks

This is not a hike for the inexperienced. There is a very steep rock scramble that has some dangerous section if you are not aware of your footing and positioning.

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Hike Bearfort Mountain

Bearfort Mountain is a great weekend morning hike that borders NJ and NY. Parking can be tricky as the entrance to the lot looks like it is Greenwood Lake Marina's boat storage area.

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Hike to the Sterling Ridge Fire Tower

Start out by turning right when you walk out of the visitor center onto Sterling Lake Loop (Blue Blazes).

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Hike Mount Minsi

This is a great 5.5 mile hike at the Delaware Water Gap. You follow the Appalachian Trail the entire time (white marked trail) as it climbs to the top on Mt Minsi.

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Hike Mt. Wittenberg

Looking for a great day hike in the Catskill region of NY? Then you should definitely look into and consider tackling Mt. Wittenberg then. A challenging climb up but a very rewarding summit view.

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Summit North Mountain

Have you ever wanted to feel as if you were hiking two different locations at once? If so, then North Mountain is definitely somewhere to check out.

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Kayaking the Nissequogue River

Starting on the banks of Nissequogue River State Park, this 6 mile journey makes you feel like you’re cruising down river in the south, when you’re really on Long Island.

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Hike the Tower Trail to the Blue Trail at Sleeping Giant SP

Sleeping Giant State Park is a place very close to my heart.

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Explore Kent Falls

Every now and then you need a day to rest those sore muscle from all your recent adventures. The only issue is, you don't want to sit around inside, you want to be outside.

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Bike the Columbia Trail: Califon to High Bridge

There are multiple places to pick up the Columbia Trail (High Bridge, Califon, Long Valley, Flanders) but this post is for biking or running from Califon to High Bridge and back.

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Hike the Dickie Barre, Peters Kill and Awosting Falls Loop

This loop hike takes you to Awosting Falls (65 ft.), as well as to great  valley views along the ridge of Dickie Barre, and across Peters Kill, on the way.

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Kayak to Herring Island

Starting at the small beach at the end of Bay Blvd, paddle heading south. You will need to pass through the boat canal so keep an eye out for speeding boats.

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Hike Algonquin Peak

Algonquin Peak, the second highest peak in New York, is one of the best hikes up in the Adirondack's.

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Camp at Floyd Bennett Field

Brooklyn isn't just for the urban and trendy, its also for the people who love getting outside! Located just past the hustle and bustle of Brooklyn, Floyd Bennett Field is a National Recreation Area .

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Camp on Giant Ledge

Giant Ledge is a great hike in the Catskills if you are looking for something short, with incredible views, and camping options.

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Photograph the NYC Skyline from JFK Boulevard East

The Big Apple. NYC has arguably the best skyline in the world.

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Hike The Millbrook Mountain Ridge Trail

Want to walk on the edge? visit Millbrook Mountain in the Catskills of NY.

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Paddle Lake Placid

Paddleboarding on Lake Placid is definitely and activity to add to your list when up in the Adirondacks during spring or summer.

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Paddle Peconic Bay

While there are many ways to access the Peconic Bay, I have found the best direction to explore is north west after launching and during the sunset. If you head to the public beach on Towd Point Rd.

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Camp at Woodland Valley

If you are looking for a great campground up in the Catskill Mountains of New York then you definitely have to check out Woodland Valley Campgrounds.

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Boulder & Free Climb off the Blue Trail In Sleeping Giant SP

Sleeping Giant State Park does not just have great hiking, it also has great climbing and bouldering. Pick up the blue trail starting at the backside of the visitor center.

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Hike Up Cobble Hill

Looking for a great family hike up in the Adirondacks? Take a look into Cobble Hill right off of Mirror Lake in Lake Placid.

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Hike Le Centenaire in Parc National du Mont-Tremblant

What a beautiful hike through the Parc National du Mont-Tremblant wilderness. The trail was created in 1995 to celebrate parks 100th  anniversary.

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Rock Climb in Lambs Knoll

If you're a rock climber, then chances are you've got Zion National Park on your list of to do's, or must go back. The beautiful sandstone just keeps calling you back and asking you to climb more.

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Deep Water Solo at The Palisades on Lake Champlain

Free soloing gets a lot of hype in the climbing world. No surprise, you're putting your life at risk basically.

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Camping on Lac Escalier in Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

Looking for a lakeside campground surrounded by mountains, no cell service, and in eastern Canada? Look into Lac Escalier within Parc National du Mont-Tremblant.

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Spend the day at Peekamoose Blue Hole

If you have been hiking in the Catskill Mountains of NY then there is no better place to cool off then at the Peekamoose Blue Hole.

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Rock Climb Owl's Head Mountain

Owls Head Mountain is a hot spot when it comes to hiking. For climbers, it's a great crag to hone in your skills and practice moving fluidly.

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Hike Up Cascade Mountain

For those looking to start their quest to complete the 46 High Peaks in the Adirondacks, Cascade Mountain offers a great entry hike that will help you get a feel of what the others will be like.

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Camp Along The Delaware River in Pond Eddy

Located 1 hour and 45 minutes from NYC sits the small town of Pond Eddy, NY. A perfect area for those looking to unplug for a weekend, hang out on the river, and enjoy some great views.

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